Fedora Silverblue on the Marketing Infographics campaign

Hi @team,

I’m writing you in representation of the Marketing team. We have a campaign, hopefully to be launched next month. The idea is to promote several parts of the Fedora Project, and we are thinking about Silverblue. I’ve taken several parts of the docs: Description, FAQ and Getting Started, to put in an Inforgraphic, maybe you can check it and tell us if the info is right or if you want to put something more or to remove something.

The link to the pagure ticket is: https://pagure.io/design/issue/646

Please let me know what you think.
Eduard Lucena

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Under the title “How can I install Eclipse on Silverblue” you could note that Eclipse Platform IDE and Eclipse SDK IDE are both available as a flatpak through Gnome Software, but I’m not certain if it is through Flathub or Fedora’s flatpak repo. Good general overview of Silverblue.

Actually I took that info from the documentation under: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-silverblue/faq/

But if you think we it’s not ok, I can remove it.

I had noticed that Eclipse was available as a Flatpak through Gnome SW. Like I said I am not sure if it is from Flathub or the Fedora flatpak repo. When I click on the link for the download of Eclipse on the FAQ page it goes to the default Apache Server page that is titled Fedora Test Page, no download. So I am thinking the FAQ is a bit stale and needs an update, at least that link does.

I have done a little research. The correct link which should be in the FAQ is: http://eclipse.matbooth.co.uk/flatpak/

The link has the instructions to install the “Eclipse Nightly Flatpaks”.

I have update the FAQ doc on github.